Book Reviews of Hollywood Kids

Hollywood Kids
Hollywood Kids
Author: Jackie Collins
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ISBN-13: 9780671898496
ISBN-10: 0671898493
Publication Date: 7/1/1995
Pages: 624
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
another great novel by jackie collins
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I love all the Hollywood books by Collins! This is another terrific one.
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From Publishers Weekly
Collins (Hollywood Wives; Hollywood Husbands) grabs fans with a no-holds-barred (and no subtlety shown) surefire bestseller spun around the disaffected children of Hollywood moguls. Tired of club-hopping and sexual flings, 24-year-old Jordanna Levitt is immobilized by ennui when a massive fight with her father-a famed producer married to a woman younger than his daughter-forces her out of her cushy nest. She lands a gofer job with Bobby Rush, the hot-ticket son of an ungracefully aging movie star, then quickly makes her mark as an actress. Her best friend Cheryl Landers deigns to try working, too, and becomes a successful Hollywood madam. On the periphery are Grant Lemon Jr., the dissolute son of a celluloid icon; anorectic Marjory Sanderson, the whiny, daughter of a TV magnate; and Zane Ricca, a movie-star wannabe and Mafia boss's nephew jailed for seven years for murdering a young actress and now stalking the women who testified against him. Collins festoons her pulp sundae with dollops of hot sex in cars, beds and driveways; Fatal Attraction-like trysts between stars and a cascade of trademark names. Overlapping plot lines are propelled by rude energy and blazing tabloid-style tales of suicide, substance abuse, towering egos, dubious parentage and truly star-crossed lovers.
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The California princess living on the wild side ... The son of a star, about to set the screen on fire ... They're ravishing, they're rich. And a serial killer stalks their every step ...
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I thought the book was rather good. It gives you a glimpse into the lives of the children of Hollywood royalty.
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"The California princess living on the wild side, the son of a star, about to set the screen on fire..they're ravishing, they're rich, and a serial killer stalks their every step"
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Jackies done it again with a true to life Hollywood book. She's already hit the husbands and wives. Now those snotty little kids of Hollywood got a whole book to themselves.
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All of Jackie Collins books are good
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Collins (Hollywood Wives; Hollywood Husbands) grabs fans with a no-holds-barred (and no subtlety shown) surefire bestseller spun around the disaffected children of Hollywood moguls. Tired of club-hopping and sexual flings, 24-year-old Jordanna Levitt is immobilized by ennui when a massive fight with her father-a famed producer married to a woman younger than his daughter-forces her out of her cushy nest. She lands a gofer job with Bobby Rush, the hot-ticket son of an ungracefully aging movie star, then quickly makes her mark as an actress. Her best friend Cheryl Landers deigns to try working, too, and becomes a successful Hollywood madam. On the periphery are Grant Lemon Jr., the dissolute son of a celluloid icon; anorectic Marjory Sanderson, the whiny, daughter of a TV magnate; and Zane Ricca, a movie-star wannabe and Mafia boss's nephew jailed for seven years for murdering a young actress and now stalking the women who testified against him. Collins festoons her pulp sundae with dollops of hot sex in cars, beds and driveways; Fatal Attraction-like trysts between stars and a cascade of trademark names. Overlapping plot lines are propelled by rude energy and blazing tabloid-style tales of suicide, substance abuse, towering egos, dubious parentage and truly star-crossed lovers.
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loved it
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No dust jacket.
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book got wet not in the best condition if u want it please accept as is or find a better copy... allpages ok just cosmetic and i want u to be happy muke
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hardcover, no dust jacket